(File photo)

(File photo)

Byemoor/Endiang news

The latest from Byemoor and Endiang for the week of Jan. 10, 2022

By Les and Rosemary Stulberg

Sullivan Lake West Agricultural Society is holding its annual general meeting on Jan. 24, 2022, at 7 p.m. at the Endmoor Arena in Byemoor.

The meeting is open to everyone who has an interest in the arena and the Ag. Society.

Currently the Ag. Society is operating with limited directors so they would definitely appreciate a few more people to help out.

Congratulations to first-time parents Brent and Carly (nee Christie) Trew on the birth of their son Ellis Linden Trew on Jan. 2 in Medicine Hat.

Ellis weighed seven-pounds 15-ounces and was born on Grandma Theresa Christie’s birthday.

That’s a pretty special birthday present, Theresa.

Congratulations are also in order for the local grandparents Brian and Theresa Christie and great-grandmother Kate Woelk.

Happy 65th Birthday wishes go out to Jim Groundwater celebrating his milestone birthday on Jan. 5.

Enjoy being on the government payroll, Jim.

This news is a bit late but good news is always worth sharing; congratulations to Matthew Tucker and his partner Dakoda on the birth of their daughter Emmy Christine Tucker on Dec. 5.

Congratulations also to first-time grandparents Lee and Christine Tucker and great-grandma Mickey Tucker.

Volunteers with the Endmoor Drop-In Centre worked at the Cash Casino in Red Deer on Jan. 1-2.

Thanks to all the volunteers for their help at this excellent fundraiser.

Endmoor Thunder Mites hockey team is hosting a home tournament on Jan. 29 in Byemoor.

The team is looking for sponsors for the event; anyone wishing to make a donation to the raffle table or a monetary sponsorship may contact Brittiany Hebert.

The Endmoor Mites are also looking for a non-profit group or individual who would be interested in operating the concession booth at the tournament on Jan. 29.Contact Brittiany Hebert for more information.

Following a break for the Christmas holidays, Floor Curling, Cards and Cribbage have resumed play again and all are welcome.

Floor Curling goes each Monday at the Endiang Hall while Card games are held Tuesday and Cribbage on Thursday every week at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre. All games begin at 1 p.m.

Humour for the day —

“I accidentally rubbed ketchup in my eyes. I now have Heinzsight.”

“At the time of its invention, the guillotine was considered cutting-edge technology.”

“If you eat an entire cake without cutting it you technically only had one piece.”

“I was studying reading Crystal Balls but I gave it up. I couldn’t see any future in it.”